With the approaching holiday season, a lot of rappers have been showcasing their capacity for generosity. Rappers have concentrated on fostering holiday cheer and goodwill, doing everything from giving away turkeys to assisting people with necessities.
The most recent of the group to give food to needy families before harvest day is Fetty Wap. The Paterson, New Jersey native’s crew collaborated with 300 Entertainment to offer his “Sweet Yamz” Thanksgiving Giveaway there on Tuesday, November 23.
As Hot 97’s DJ Drewski played music on the ones and twos, Fetty, his family, 300 CEO Kevin Liles, and brethren Monty teamed up with principal Dr. Mills from the educational institution College Achieve Paterson to provide free food and groceries for the participants.
“I’m very grateful for my fans and for my community because I wouldn’t be where I am without them,” Fetty stated in a press release acquired by VIBE. “Even though I can’t be there in person, shout-out to every single one of my fans, supporters, and everyone that’s still rocking with me!”
The celebration was given the name of Fetty’s recently released song “Sweet Yamz” (Nov. 18). The song is the rapper known as “Trap Queenfirst “‘s offering since his album “Klassic” from 2021. The Butterfly Effect, Fetty’s most recent long-form work, made its debut in 2021 via RGF and 300 Ent.
Since his most recent run-ins with the feds, the 31-year-old, born Willie Maxwell II, has kept a low profile in the music industry. Even though he wasn’t there, his team managed to make Paterson locals feel as though he was there.